My sister saw a little snowman I made for a winter scene, and instantly wanted on. She is probably the girliest girl you will ever meet, so I thought it only appropriate to make the snowman- a snow-woman! Plus, this is a rare thing I think. There are snowmen everywhere, but what about the snow-ladies??
Anyway, the hardest part about this was deciding what to do with the hat. my roommate who also crochets suggested this berret, and at first I was iffy. I tried to make a mini like normal snow-cap with a poof ball on top, but it just didn't look right. so berret it is! and I think it turned out nicely
Question! When you guys make amigurumi with multiple parts, do you try to make it so you don't have to make the parts seperately? ie, with this one, rather than making two seperate balls, I just reduced down to 6 stitches, then started increasing again to avoid sewing them together. that is the most time-consuming part of amigurumi! Sometimes for small accents like stems and leaves I'll just start them right on the piece, so I only have to tuck in the ends.